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  • Samsung Galaxy J2(2016)

    3 years ago, the people at Samsung shelled out a brilliant budget smartphone called the Galaxy Grand, a combination of a 5” screen with better-than-average specs, which became an instant hit in our country. Samsung stuck on to the very

  • Scientists discover three 'potentially habitable' planets

    An international team of scientists said Monday they had discovered a trio of Earth-like planets that are the best bet so far for finding life outside our solar system.

  • Strange radio bursts from space come in clusters: Study

    Mysterious and powerful radio waves from deep space are coming in clusters, scientists revealed, having only discovered their existence a decade ago.

  • Hubble Space Telescope Photo Reveals Merging Galaxies

    A photo of a galactic merger captured by the Hubble Space Telescope shows a galaxy known as NGC 1487, located 30 million light-years away from Earth, but rather than viewing it as an object, NASA said it can be thought of as an "event."

  • There may be a “mirror universe” where time moves backwards, say scientists

    Despite the fact that we experience time in one direction- we get older, we have records and remember the past, but no record of the future-no laws of physics insists that time must move forward. When the Big Bang created our universe, physicists believe it also created an inverse mirror universe where time moves in an opposite direction.

  • Nasa spots supermassive Galaxy 65 million light-years away

    The newly revealed Nasa Hubble Space Telescope image shows the spiral galaxy NGC 4845, located over 65 million light-years away in the constellation of Virgo (The Virgin).

  • Star clumps 'good bet for alien life'

    New research suggests that ancient, tightly packed clumps of stars found at the fringe of the Milky Way are a good bet in the search for extra terrestrial intelligence (Seti).

  • More than 800 dark galaxies found

    Astronomers discover 854 "ultra dark galaxies" filled with mysterious dark matter in the Coma Cluster, one of the richest cluster of galaxies containing thousands of systems reports The Times of India.